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Public corporate entity that maintains the monetary and financial stability of Bahrain and regulates standardization of emerging technologies.
Ensures the best regulation and implementation of financial services in Bahrain.
Leading regional FinTech hub offering a network of over 100 partners, a national FinTech tales program, and accelerator to facilitate the growth of the FinTech industry in Bahrain.
Maintains security and law enforcement using the latest technologies and modernization policies.
Government entity responsible for attracting investment into Bahrain's target economic sectors including the tech and banking sectors.
Responsible for the development and regulation of transportation and telecommunications infrastructure and systems.
Public authority supporting Bahrain's private sector by fostering the growth of enterprises and enhancing the productivity of the national workforce.
Responsible for liberalizing and developing the telecoms sector and regulating areas including mobile service, ultra-fast broadband, international supply, digital security and the internet eco-system.
A comprehensive strategy to diversify the economy away from oil and boost living standards through three guiding principles; sustainability, fairness, and competitiveness.
Aims to create a balance between public expenditure and revenues to achieve economic growth, financial stability, and sustainable development.
Sets government's strategic plan and general policy for the telecommunications sector.
Plan from 2007-2010 to transform the Bahraini government to electronic channels.
Seeks to establish a secure cyber-space to safeguard national interests and reduce cyberthreat risks to protect the Kingdom.
Modernizes the process of electronic contracts, payments, and communications by establishing a regulatory framework.
Assigns penalties for cybersecurity crimes including unauthorized access, interference with data or a system, unauthorized interception of data, threatening to cause damage, misuse of devices, forgery, and fraud.
Requires all telecommunication companies in Bahrain to purchase and use a unified technical system for blocking websites.
Expected to regulate electronic media, but will exclude personal social media accounts.
Stipulates prison sentences for publishing material that is offensive to or perceived as undermining state security or the monarchy.
Provides rights to individuals regarding how their personal data is collected, processed, and stored.
Provides a legal framework that encourages foreign parties to use and invest in cloud computing services in Bahrain.
Initiative to migrate all government websites and services to the cloud by mid-2020 to reduce government spending on IT infrastructure by up to 90%.